Posted by Kristie Wells on August 8, 2013 in In The Community

We just completed a special project in the San Francisco office today … putting together back-to-school kits consisting of pens, pencils, highlighters, post-its, and binders for 6th graders at Visitacion Valley Middle School.

Special project today in the San Francisco office ... fulfilling back to school kits for 6th graders at Visitacion Valley Middle School.

It is one of the many ways Ancestry.com tries to give back to the various communities we serve, online – and off.

We wish the students of Visitacion Valley Middle School a wonderful and productive school year. Who knows, maybe one of them might use one of these pens to start capturing their own family history. It is never too young to start!

Kristie Wells

Kristie is Ancestry's former Head of Global Social Media and Online Customer Engagement.

4 Comments

  1. Samantha

    It is nice to see that Ancestry.com does give back to the community, I love volunteering. And it’s true – never too young to start! I started when I was 11, and now I am 17! 🙂

  2. i’m not interested in your sight so why keep interupting my iwon games i’m also gonna tell them about this i can be in middle of a good game and your sight knocks it off so please unless i look it up don’t bother my computer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Cris White

    Sorry Ancestry for the comments from people lime the above ” rose Cain” but we will have to consider the source especially since she can’t even spell right ( site, not sight). Keep doing goodness. Love when giving back, especially to the children.

  4. Kristie Wells

    Thanks Cris and Samantha. Giving back to the community is something the company really believes in, and I am glad to be part of it.

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